Perhaps the most unusual design options for home interiors can be called samples of ” air ” furniture. This technology uses a fairly old principle that has been successfully implemented in the production of air mattresses for several decades. The only difference is in the complexity of the structures, the intensity of their use and the scale of production.
By the way, the designs of the past had one very significant drawback, which significantly reduced their service life — they were made of PVC (even earlier-from dense rubber) and had welded seams. Continue reading
If you delve into the history of furniture production for several centuries, it becomes quite obvious that even then the furniture was successfully made from any available materials. The most common was, of course, the tree. But the masters did not disdain stone, iron, or even gold.
Of course, the processing was mostly done manually or using primitive tools. But the results were many times better than any modern options. Continue reading